SEI Class Notes 11-12-15
SEI Class Notes 11-12-15 BLE 220
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sky Holmes on Saturday November 14, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BLE 220 at Arizona State University taught by Kyle Messner in Spring 2015. Since its upload, it has received 19 views. For similar materials see Foundations of SEI in Education and Teacher Studies at Arizona State University.
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Date Created: 11/14/15
SEI Class Notes 1 1 12 14 SIOP Origami SIOP Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol 0 An instruction modeltool for planning implementing amp evaluating sheltered English contentarea instruction development 0 Method on planning amp teaching ELLs in content area history science math etc 0 Intermediate and Advanced ELLs especially in high schools Preparation 0 Lesson planning 0 Content and language objectives AZade gov 0 Post lesson objectives every day 0 Adapt key materials content adaptation for ELLs 0 Supplementary materials used helps them understand better 0 Meaningful activities planned that support objectives Building Backgrounds 0 Sometimes called hook try catching people s attention so they pay attention 0 Link to people s personal lives Link to student s lives 0 Link to past learning ex Bell work 0 Key vocabulary 0 Crucial for ELLs to build backgrounds Comprehensible Input 0 Appropriate Speech 0 Clear task explanation 0 Comprehensible Input techniques 0 Modeling handson demonstrations 0 Modeling writing it down Visual demo I Front loading so students can do assignment better 0 Gestures body language graphic organizers Strategies 0 Learning strategies 0 Metacognition Metaoverall co gnitionbrain or thinking I Means to break up as reading texts it tells you how to learn in order to get into it 0 Ex Look at pictures in chapter highlight terms prior to reading chapter Predicts What to read 0 Scaffolding o Higherlevel thinking questions Interactions 0 Discussion and frequent interaction 0 With teachers or students 0 Supportive group patterns 0 Turn to neighbor 0 Text book groups etc 0 Change groups up 0 Native Language Use Practice amp Application 0 Hands on 0 Language amp Content Application Lesson Delivery 0 Building Background or Hook 0 Supporting content objectives 0 Supporting Language Objectives Review amp Assessment 0 Assignments quizzes Exams 0 Informally 0 Feedback to students 0 Concepts and vocabulary review 0 Assessing student learning PPT Info 0 Interlanguage not a straight line of learning 2 steps forward one step back Expect errors 0 DSI Discreet Skills Inventory Discreet as in small 0 Behaviorists like this and cognitivists o Backwards Design think of your target have the goal for the end of the lesson and then work backwards from that goal A form of scaffolding and you should always do this